Brady Recognized for Commitment to Business Ethics

07/09/2010


Jim BradyBrady, a Greensboro, N.C. franchise of Trane that provides energy systems and comprehensive building solutions for commercial and industrial facilities, announced that the company has been honored with the 10th Annual Piedmont Business Ethics Award. Presented to companies that demonstrate a commitment to ethical business practices in everyday operations, management philosophies, and response to challenges, the award is sponsored by the Greensboro chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals.

“On behalf of the entire Brady organization, we are honored to receive the Piedmont Business Ethics Award,” says Jim Brady, president, Brady Services. “Since my father, Don Brady, opened the doors in 1962, we have been committed to maintaining ethical business practices every day while providing one-stop accountability for clients seeking comprehensive solutions for their facilities.”

An independent panel of judges selected award recipients based on four criteria: executive commitment, a formal corporate code of ethics, a policy for conflict resolution, and community involvement.



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